Betty Sitbon’s art is more surreal than the realists, and a little more rounded than the cubists, but there aren’t many cubists around. It is more expressive than the impressionists, and more impressive than the expressionists.
Her art is primarily and is less modern than the modernists, but has more modern classicism than the classicists. It is classically more concrete than the abstractionists, and really more abstract than the realists.
Betty is perpetually less generic than any of these perpetuators of genres, and she is best described as an emotionalist. One who finds its source in the need to express everyday emotions through actions of creativity and creativity in action.